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Outlook 2013 te Mail Hesaplarını Yedekleme ve Aktarma

Outlook 2013 te Mail Hesaplarını Yedekleme ve Aktarma

Öncelikle herkese merhaba, Günlük ofis hayatında çoğu zaman yaşanılan olaylardan birisi de mail hesapları tanımlamaktır. Patron yeni bilgisayar alır hesaplar aktarılır, kullanıcı nasıl becerdiyse silmiştir tekrar tanımlanır. Bu gibi durumlar için mail hesaplarını backup lamış olmak istemez misiniz ?

Şimdi uygulayacağımız yöntem ile ister backup mantığı ile alıp kenarda tutun ister mail hesaplarını aktarmak için kullanın.

Öncelikle çalıştır dan regedit yazıp kayıt defterine giriyoruz.

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Kayıt defterinde HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office\15.0\Outlook\Profiles

Burada gördüğün gibi bir sürü değerler klasörler mevcut. Profiles a sağ tıklayıp ver diyoruz.

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Backup adında .reg dosyasını masaüstüne kaydediyorum ve böylece mail hesaplarının backup ını almış alıyoruz.

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Başka bir bilgisayara aktarmak içinse backup.reg dosyasını çalıştırmanız yeterlidir.

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NOT : Mail hesaplarını aktaracağınız bilgisayar ile bütün ayarlar aynı olmalıdır pst ismi yeri vs.

İşinize Yaraması Dileğiyle..

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